The wild childs of the motorcycle world, here is a countdown of the Top 10 lairy, fire breathing supermotos
Engine 625cc, 4v, carb’d, single Power 53bhp Torque 41ftlb Weight 149kg Top speed 110mph
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Of the hard core, European nutty supermotos, this is one of the more sensible options. That means it’s fast, firm and focussed but not stupidly so. Comfort and distance are not on the agenda but urban assault and stunting are. Like all KTMs it’s made with top quality components and materials
Reliability is good for a Euro ‘moto. This model and engine has been used in loads of KTM models including the Duke, the Adventure and LC4 Enduro and it’s tough if properly maintained.
Not cheap when new and it holds its value well on the used market but at least you won’t drop much when you sell it on. From 2005 onwards bikes redesign featured a pointier headlight.
What the f*** is the Suzi 400 doing here, it can't pull the skin off a rice pudding, and where the heck is the Husaberg FS650? It should be up at no1 or 2 as the baddest/best motard around for smiles. Ive just got one to try and relive my youth on tuned 350LC's and RG500's - its the bizz, a wicked bad ass complete fun machine, if you haven't ridden one yet you should asap, I had a 625SMC which was more like my old fizzer on comparison. Come on Visordown your research is lacking IMHO!
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